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It didn't have to be this way : why boom and bust is unnecessary--and how the Austrian school of economics breaks the cycle

Autor: Harry C Veryser
Editorial: Wilmington, Delaware : ISI Books, [2012]
Serie: Culture of enterprise series.
Edición/Formato:   Print book : Inglés (eng)Ver todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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Why Is The Boom-And-Bust Cycle So Persistent? Why did economists fail to predict the economic meltdown that began in 2007--or to pull us out of the crisis more quickly? And how can we prevent future calamities?
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Género/Forma: History
Tipo de documento: Libro/Texto
Todos autores / colaboradores: Harry C Veryser
ISBN: 1935191071 9781935191070
Número OCLC: 828265192
Descripción: vii, 318 pages ; 24 cm.
Contenido: Introduction: It didn't have to be this way --
pt. 1. Warnings ignored --
ch. 1. A science of human action --
ch. 2. Looking at today and dreading tomorrow --
ch. 3. A short history of the Austrian school --
pt. 2. How we got here --
ch. 4. The age of classical liberalism --
ch. 5. Chaos: the legacies of World War I --
ch. 6. The age of Bretton Woods --
ch. 7. Nixon's folly --
ch. 8. Reagon's folly --
pt. 3. A reconstruction of economics --
ch. 9. The division of labor --
ch. 10. The prerequisities of prosperity --
ch. 11. The nature of human action --
ch. 12. Inflation and deflation --
ch. 13. Faustian bargain: the trade cycle --
Conclusion: The Austrian movement.
Título de la serie: Culture of enterprise series.
Responsabilidad: Harry C. Veryser.

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'It Didn't Have To Be This Way' provides a clear and persuasive introduction to the Austrian School of Economics and its major figures, such as Lufwig von Mises and F.A. Hayek.  Leer más

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